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Today’s premiere was in London! Tomorrow I believe that Tom will be in Rio de Janeiro! And you’ll be watch the Livestream at the Website.

  • Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol – London Premiere – December 13, 2011
  • Tom Cruise is back again on the Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol promotion tour! This Monday Tom visited Madrid. Huge thanks to Roberta from Jim Parsons Web for the pictures:

  • Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol – Madrid Premiere – December 12, 2011
  • Rock of Ages Trailer is out!

    Posted by Annie on
    December 13th, 2011 has posted the Rock of Ages trailer! I can’t wait for this movie!

    And the last stop on Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol promotion tour for now is Munich, Germany! My friend Janine from went to the premiere and sent some pictures!

  • Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol – Munich Premiere – December 9, 2011
  • Previews:

    Huge thanks to Roberta from and Mariana from Gemma-Arterton.netfor the pics!

    Tom visited Dubai, United Arab Emirates where he attended the Dubai International Film Festival!

  • Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol – Dubai International Film Festival Dec 7
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    Huge thanks to Roberta from and Mariana from Gemma-Arterton.netfor the pics!

    Ok, now Tom stops in India and visits the Taj Mahal, plus a special screening of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol in Mumbai.

    Janhvi Patel was kind enough to send pictures of Tom and described it as “a dream that was a decade in the making”! Credit also to Azhar Khan.

  • Ghost Protocol – Promo Tour Taj Mahal, India – December 4
  • Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol – Mumbai Screening – December 4, 2011
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    Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol Premiere in Tokyo

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    December 11th, 2011

    Hey guys! Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol promotion has started in Tokyo, Japan last week! Will have separate posts for each country:

  • Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol – Tokyo Photocal – December 1, 2011
  • Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol Tokyo Premiere – December 1, 2011
  • Candids – Tokyo – Airport – November 30, 2011
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    Tom Cruise Talks Top Gun 2

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    December 8th, 2011

    Tom Cruise talks to MTV about Top Gun 2. There’s a video on their website, which I can’t watch in my region (>.>). Here is the article from

    “We’re working on it.”

    That’s the official word on “Top Gun 2,” straight from the star himself, Tom Cruise, who spoke with MTV News’ Josh Horowitz during an event in Dubai for

    In the fourth “M:I” movie, Cruise returns as castoff secret agent Ethan Hunt — the only character he has ever revisited during his decades-long career. The question remains: Will he ever don the Navy jumpsuit again and hop into a cockpit as Maverick?

    A little more than a year ago, the Internet went abuzz with rumors about Cruise, director Tony Scott and producer Jerry Bruckheimer reuniting for a potential “Top Gun” sequel. Scott confirmed he would be directing, but Cruise’s involvement remained a mystery.

    When Christopher McQuarrie, the writer of “The Usual Suspects” and the man hired to pen the script for “Top Gun 2,” said Maverick would be the lead for the follow-up, all engines seemed go. But then things went quiet. As the major players moved on to other projects — including “One Shot,” directed by McQuarrie and starring Cruise — sequel talk died down.

    When Horowitz sat down with Cruise in Dubai, the actor updated the project’s status and shed new light on the script. “I don’t think Chris [McQuarrie] is going to write it,” Cruise said. “Chris is directing ‘One Shot’ right now, which I’m acting. We’ve got to go back in January and finish it.”

    With McQuarrie out, that leaves Cruise, Scott and Bruckheimer as the only major players left with the project, but Cruise insists he could still do a sequel.

    “I said to Tony I want to make another movie with him. He and I haven’t made a film since ‘Days of Thunder,’ ” Cruise said. “Tony and I and Jerry, we never thought that we would do it again. Then they started to come to us with these ideas of where it is now. I thought, ‘Wow, that would be … what we could do now.’ ”

    For Cruise, the two key elements to a sequel would be a worthy script and the freedom to make the movie as they did in 1986. “I hope we can figure this out to go do it again,” he said. “If we can find a story that we all want to do, we all want to make a film that is in the same kind of tone as the other one and shoot it in the same way as we shot ‘Top Gun.’ ”

    I’ll post pics on the weekend if work allows me, year’s ending but work keeps coming! The Hollywood Reporter has a review for Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol. (I’m not reading until after I’ve seen the movie, I hate spoilers!). The movie opens on December 16th at selected IMAX theaters and on the 21st wide.

    Here’s an article from the Dubai International Film Festival also from The Hollywood Reporter:

    Tom Cruise stalls the opening night gala screening after an hour-long frenzy on the red carpet.

    Tom Cruise wasn’t in Dubai long, but while he was here he made the most of it. Returning to the Emirate after shooting portions of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol in the ultra-modern city last summer, Cruise swept in for the opening night gala of the film at the Dubai International Film Festival.

    With an entourage of roughly 30 people in tow, Cruise didn’t have much to say to the throngs of media assembled for his visit, but he had plenty of time for his fans. As fest attendees waited patiently for the Protocol screening to begin, Cruise took his time on the red carpet, signing posters and posing for photos with virtually every fan who asked.

    As a result, the screening was nearly two hours late, but no one seemed to care. Prior to the screening Cruise took the stage with Protocol director Brad Bird and co-stars Simon Pegg and Bollywood star Anil Kapoor to thank the Dubai fest organizers and briefly discuss the making of the film, which includes a sequence in which Cruise scales Dubai’s famed Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building.

    At a press conference earlier in the day Cruise praised director Bird for having “a cinematic eye that brought the location alive.” Bird heaped praise on his star, adding that Cruise was enthusiastic and meticulous about doing his own stunts, no matter how dangerous. He related how Cruise’s wife, Katie Holmes, with their daughter Suri in tow, visited the set the day Cruise scaled the Burj Khalifa, but was so nervous about the stunt she left after just two takes.

    At a lavish party following the screening attendees were treated to live music on the beach of the sprawling Madinat Jumeirah Resort. While most of the Protocol talent left early to attend the film’s Moscow premiere, Bollywood’s Kapoor stayed behind to discuss how much he enjoyed working on the film, especially since it casts his native India in such a positive light.

    “I met Tom and he said ‘I want to show India as elegant and colorful,’” he said. “I don’t want to show it as somber or poor – I want to show the colors and elegance.”

    Kapoor agreed that the film’s various settings — Moscow, Dubai, Mumbai — will certainly help it at the global box office, and added that collaborations between Hollywood and other major international film sectors like Bollywood will become more common thanks to increased collaboration.

    “For me this whole journey isn’t about how big a star I become, it’s about relationships,” he said. “It’s about Bollywood and Hollywood coming together. India is a country that is completely untapped.”

    But while Ghost Protocol may simply be the result of a more globalized film world that everyone agrees is inevitable, what’s less obvious is the role the Dubai film fest will play in that process. Less than a decade old and primarily focused on the cinema of the region, the event nevertheless took a giant leap forward in its evolution with the high-profile premiere of Protocol. For fest organizers, the star power that Cruise’s participation offers will hopefully help the region sustain an local film scene that is in its nascent stages now.

    Says DIFF managing director Shivani Pandya: “It takes us to another level. This really encourages a lot of filmmakers here. We’re not just looking at attracting big Hollywood films. We want to support our own industry. This is very important to us because we know that if you have your own indigenous industry people take it very seriously.”

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